What is 360-degree filming and how does it work? Ovum’s Paul Jackson explains…

Ahead of speaking at this year’s VR & AR World event, Paul Jackson of Ovum joins us to look at 360-degree filming including how it works, challenges with the technology and how it’s currently being used. Check it out below!

 

VR & AR World, 19-20 October 2016, ExCeL London

For more information about this year’s VR and AR World, including speakers, agendas and exhibitor information, visit the official website here.

If you’re considering attending but haven’t got your tickets yet, you can register for a free visitor pass which gives you access to lots of cool stuff including all of the exhibition stands across both days, the content hub, demo stage, the Igloo Tent which offers 360 degree content, and the opportunity to network with hundreds of VR and AR professionals from a wide range of industries.

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